New Delhi, June 25 - The Narendra Modi government, which completes a month in office Wednesday, has taken a series of major decisions. Some evoked criticism from the opposition. Here are some of the key decisions:
Group of Ministers and Empowered Group of Ministers scrapped
Rail passenger fare hiked by 14.2 percent; freight rates by 6.5 percent
Special Investigation Team (SIT) to unearth unaccounted money stashed outside India
Ministers told to prepare timetable for first 100 days
Ten broad policy priorities spelt out
Modi spikes moves by some BJP-ruled states to eulogize him in school textbooks
Government crackdown on NGOs; PMO seeks from ministries details of NGOs working with them
Ordinance cleared to pave way for appointment of Nripendra Misra as principal secretary to the prime minister
Government reconstitutes cabinet committees
Circular issued to encourage use of Hindi by officials on social media platforms of the government but says it is for Hindi-speaking states.
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